Journal of Animal Behaviour and Biometeorology (ISSN 2318-1265) is an international peer-reviewed open-access journal devoted to publishing papers about Animal Biometeorology, Animal Behaviour and Animal Welfare, published quarterly online by Malque Publishing.
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Rapid Publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 17-20 days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in 3-5 days (median values for papers published in this journal in the first half of 2020).
Open Access free for readers, with Article Processing Charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.
Effect of raising method of calves during liquid milk nutrition on their open-field and maze behaviour after weaning
Jan Broucek, Michal Uhrincat, Peter Kisac, Anton Hanus
Available online: November 17, 2020
The effect of oral gavage (force-feeding) administration of fenugreek seeds (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) on biochemical and neurobehavioural parameters in male Wistar rats
Faiza Rouag, Samir Djemli, Mabrouk Boussena, Rouya Memouni, Ines Refes, Habiba Ferhati, Abdelkrim Tahraoui
Available online: November 16, 2020
Amplified neurobehavioral and hormonal alterations following the combination of prenatal and postnatal stress in first-time rats
Naziha Amri, Sarra Habbachi, Samai Ibtissem, Bairi Abdelmadjid, Tahraoui Abdelkrim
Available online: September 27, 2020
Most cited articles
1. Infrared thermal image for assessing animal health and welfare 42 citations (Nääs et al. 2014)
2. Physiological adaptability of livestock to heat stress: an updated review 22 citations (Rashamol et al. 2018)
3. Use of infrared thermography in veterinary medicine and animal production 19 citations (Roberto and Souza 2014)
4. Thermal gradients and physiological responses of goats in the Brazilian semi-arid using thermography infrared 17 citations (Roberto et al. 2014)
5. Impact of heat stress, nutritional stress and combined (heat and nutritional) stresses on rumen associated fermentation characteristics, histopathology and HSP70 gene expression in goats 10 citations (Chaidanya et al. 2017)